The “Oil and Gas of Turkmenistan-2023” international exhibition began on Wednesday morning at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Turkmenistan in the capital city of Ashgabat. The conference that has the same name will start in the afternoon.
The President of Turkmenistan, Serdar Berdimuhamedov, sent a letter to the exhibition and conference participants to congratulate them. In the letter, he said that the conference and exhibition are important for improving economic cooperation between countries. I believe that this oil and gas conference in Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan, will help us find new partners and strengthen our cooperation with them. The city is known for its growing processing industry and export of raw materials. Congratulations on starting the 28th International Conference and Exhibition called “Oil and Gas of Turkmenistan-2023”.
More than 50 energy companies took part in the exhibition. Some well-known companies that participated were SOCAR, CNPC, Gaffney Cline, Schlumberger, Dragon Oil, Mitro International, Areti International Group, Buried Hill, ENI Turkmenistan Limited, Yug-Neftegaz Private Limited, Haldor Topsoe, Çalık Enerji, Mitsubishi Corporation, Siemens Energy LLC, and Sumitomo Corporation Europe Ltd.
The goal of OGT 2023 is to improve talking between nearby countries, study worldwide patterns in the energy field, and bring in investments from other countries in Turkmenistan’s oil and gas industry. Attending the conference allows you to learn about new investment projects in Turkmenistan’s fuel and energy industry and its oil and gas chemical complexes.
The goal of OGT 2023 is to improve talking and sharing ideas between local areas, look at worldwide changes in the energy industry, and bring investment from other countries into Turkmenistan’s oil and gas business. Attending the conference will also provide an opportunity to discover new investment projects in Turkmenistan’s fuel and energy industries and oil and gas chemical complexes.
compiled by Maksatjan NUREDDINOV,
student of the Institute of Engineering and
Transport Communications of Turkmenistan.